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OK, get ready.  No instrument is sacred here!  (Warning:  Woodwind and brass players should not read this while playing.)

The prodigy:  A boy said to his dad, “I want to be a musician when I grow up.”  His dad said, “Hold on there son, you can’t do both.”

Harmonica: What do you call a harmonica player’s accompanist?  Fido.

Viola:  The violist said to the violinist, “You know, we violists can play 64th notes.”  The violinist said, “Oh, yeah?  Let’s hear them.”  So the violist played him one.

Altos:  How many altos does it take to change a light bulb?  None.  They can’t get up that high.

Oboe:  What is a minor second?  Two oboes playing in unison.

French Horn:  How can you make a trombone sound like a French horn?  Stick your hand in the bell and play a lot of wrong notes.

Bagpipes:  Why do pipers always walk while they play?  To get away from the noise.


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